All investors, whether seasoned or new to the game, have heard of Freedom Checks. Some view it as a scam, others are not sure how they work, while other investors are making quite a bit of money. It is time to answer some of the biggest questions surrounding Freedom Checks. Freedom Checks are real and people do make money, however, it is important to follow the steps that are laid out by Matt Badiali. Badiali is the one responsible for introducing Freedom Checks to the public. The surprising thing about Badiali is that he holds a geology degree, but that degree has helped make him one of the top investment strategists worldwide.
People tend to lose interest in this investment due to lack of understanding of how it works. An initial investment needs to be made. It does not need to be a large investment, however. In layman’s terms, these checks are the capital gains received from an investment. The difference is the investments made in this case are in a master limited partnership. Thanks to the tax code, investors get the tax advantages from the MLP while enjoying the benefits of a company that trades publicly.
Making large sums of money is easier with this type of investment because they are untouched by income taxes. This will result in higher returns. The only time income taxes are applied is when shares are sold. Investors will collect the money in the same manner that they would collect money from any investment. Meaning the checks can come straight to the home or directly to a brokerage firm to be reinvested. The bottom line is this type of investment is not any more of a risk than other traditional investments. The plus side is with a small investment, the potential to make some extra money is very plausible.